Read up on what's been happening internally at Spokane Priority
January 19th, 2022
Follow Our Journey: Storyboard
Priority Spokane has moved from priority to priority learning, collaborating, and continuing to swim upstream to address root causes in our mission to improve the health and wellbeing of Spokane County. We started with our first priority increasing highschool graduation rates from around 60% to ove...
April 22nd, 2021
Working for Priority Spokane by Faith Ngae
My name is Faith Ngae. I am a senior at Gonzaga University majoring in Psychology and Sociology with a Minor in Solidarity and Social Justice. This academic year I have been fortunate enough to work for Priority Spokane. Working for the homework tutoring hotline has been extremely rewarding and coo...
February 25th, 2021
KXLY 4 News: Priority Spokane Launches CSTEP Groups
On February 24th, KXLY Channel 4 News featured our work launching COVID Stress & Trauma Education Programs across Spokane County to help address mental health struggles resulting from the pandemic. You can view the video for yourself here: Priority Spokane launches support group to help those...
November 15th, 2019
From the Inlander: "This Works"
November 13th, 2019
We're Making News
Check out this article, "Spokane Should be Proud," in the Spokesman Review about our work stabilizing and housing children and their families facing homelessness. ...
October 23rd, 2019
Our New Priority: Reducing Family Trauma & Violence
(From the Inlander) Priority Spokane, a collaborative nonprofit aiming to tackle the community's most pressing issues, has identified its next priority: family trauma and violence. For the last few years, Priority Spokane's goal has been to house homeless youth i...